Petersfield Lake

4.63 Votes
  • Address: 123 Sussex Rd, Petersfield GU31, UK, United Kingdom
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  • Tags: Family And Kids, Lake, Nature

Petersfield Lake is a lovely place tucked away in hills. From Boating in the lake to strolling along its shores, there are numerous ways to cherish the beauty of this appalling lake. Calmness and peacefulness are the right words to define this place. You can’t get enough of it by exploring the brilliance of nature. A weekend getaway or a picnic with your friends and family by enjoying the picturesque scene of the Petersfield Lake will be an unforgettable moment.

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  • Petersfield Lake Address: 123 Sussex Rd, Petersfield GU31, UK, United Kingdom
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  • Heath Pond or more commonly known as Petersfield Lake is a lovely place to enjoy a picnic or just to walk around the lake. There is a hut where you can buy refreshments including coffee, tea and ice creams. There's a children's play area and toilets too. Parking can be a bit tricky on busy day's as it is so popular, you may have to drive around a bit and park in the road as there a limited spaces in the car park. There are swans and ducks to feed.

  • Lovely place to spend time with the family members or friends. Kids will love the play area adjacent to the pond.

  • Amazingly beautiful local facility. Great for dog walking. Beautiful playground for children. Boats and pedalos on the pond and a great cup of coffee and ice cream the Plump Duck

  • A beautiful, tranquil setting, stunning scenery and abundant wild birds including some black swans this year. A great cafeteria which was sadly shut on our early morning jaunt. Mr G loves it here

  • Beautiful. Full of wildlife and children 😆 today enjoying the playground, the boats, the yummy food and drinks, the magnificent willow trees and the majestic Heath Pond. No wonder it's so popular.

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